Tanzanian water authority issues 'historic' green bond
Tanga Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (Tanga UWASA) has issued a TZS53.1 billion ($21 million) 'water green bond,' which is believed to be the first municipal agency sustainable bond issuance in East Africa
Mitsui OSK Lines to issue 'first' shipping firm blue bond
Japanese firm Mitsui OSK Lines plans to raise JPY10 billion ($70 million) through a blue bond in January, believed to be the first issued by a shipping firm using recent International Capital Market Association (ICMA) guidelines.
Waste treatment firm raises CHF9 million
Jefferies: Investors need better water dependency data
Corporate data on water dependencies needs to improve to enable investors to understand water-related risks, an executive at the research arm of US investment bank Jefferies has said.
Controversial sustainable agriculture products poised for growth, says Morningstar
Genetically modified (GM) seeds and fertilisers will flourish in the shift towards a more sustainable agricultural future, despite safety concerns, a Morningstar executive said.
Water quality: a critical pillar of biodiversity
Tighter regulation could help investors improve water quality and tackle biodiversity loss, write Lisa Beauvilain and Johan Florén
CDP: Finance industry must limit water risk 'blind spots'
More financial institutions need to assess their water risks to help reduce their risk "blind spots", with banks leading the way so far, disclosures platform CDP said.
Fathom offers global flood map covering all perils
$8.9trn investors back sustainable water initiative
64 global institutional investors, representing $8.9 trillion assets under management, have committed to engage with companies on sustainable water usage, in what was billed as a first-of-its-kind initiative.
German companies hampered by Rhine water level